Last night we had the pleasure of watching one of the best Super Bowls ever. The New England Patriots clinched their fourth championship after Malcolm Butler’s last-minute interception of Russell Wilson’s bizarre slant pass. As time expired, many NFL resellers shot emails to their subscribers offering official Pats championship gear.
Except FanEdge didn’t get the team right.
In the subject line, FanEdge declared, “Washington Capitals Are XLIX Champions!”
How do you get something like this so so wrong? The Caps play hockey. They uses sticks and a vulcanized rubber puck, not a variably inflated cowhide ball.
Maybe FanEdge left some markup in their header, which pulled whatever favorite team a subscriber signed up with instead of the hard-coded Patriots name. Regardless, it’s hilarious. I want to see Ovechkin raise the Lombardi Trophy at practice today.
CARLY NEEDS A FIST BUMP RIGHT NOW pic.twitter.com/M3FopwjREp
— RMNB (@russianmachine) February 2, 2015
Thanks to @AdsPrincess08 for forwarding us the email.
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